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A shelf full of bargains = $240

While I watch my dollars and cents, I’m becoming more and more aware of the little consumer traps I fall into.

Over the last few months I’ve been frequenting online beauty superstore Strawberrynet. 467 more words

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Curds (or Kudos) to the First Guy Who Ever Made Cheese!

Apparently, way back in time, people decided to transport milk products inside the stomachs of animals like cows and sheep.  These animals called ruminants had a certain enzyme in the first of several sections in their stomachs which would break down the cellulose in the plants and grasses they consumed.   562 more words

ONE SOCK DON'T STOP NO SHOW

Use it up … Wear it out
Make do … Do without

We grew up with that Yankee frugality.

So this morning when I grabbed a favorite pair of grey wool socks, neatly rolled and folded in the way we pair socks, I was chagrined to discover the holes. 469 more words

Objects Of Our Affection

One For the Ladies

*Let me begin this post by saying that this is NOT a sponsored post. I am receiving no money whatsoever for writing about this product, this is simply something that is near and dear to my heart, which I wanted to pass on to those of you who still might not be aware. 505 more words

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Unexpected Treasures

Perhaps little known fact:  Obscura LOVES a deal!   Just for the record:  I am not cheap. (yes SIL…I’m talking to you)  I am frugal, and there… 652 more words

patch tuesday: hilariously bad repair

Microsoft has a thing called Patch Tuesday where they release software patches regularly.  My own patch activity was a bit different and a good deal less professional. 177 more words

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Frugal Foodies Pt.3

For a refresher here is Frugal Foodies Pt. 1 & Frugal Foodies Pt.2.  And here is part 3 of this series.

Some helpful tips to save money & eat healthier… 1,446 more words

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